Naganaga Vihara is a longstanding Buddhist women’s community on the Mid North Coast of NSW near Kempsey. The property is on 65 hectares of hilly bushland above the Macleay River with extensive views and a rich variety of wildlife. The ridge that Naganaga occupies is the tail of the water dragon in the Thunghutti dreaming.
We seek to live as sustainably as possible, considering care for the natural environment inseparable from a commitment to Buddhist ethics and the development of wisdom. We aim to share the Dharma by offering retreats and solitary retreat facilities to the sangha and by offering people the opportunity to visit Naganaga for a while, either as a volunteer or a guest.